Time Out says
For an only-in-Vegas experience, it’s hard to beat the Luxor, the glistening black pyramid with a spotlight that shines into the heavens and a sphinx guarding the front door. While it’s not the newest kid on the block, this hotel still ticks all the boxes: clean, comfy rooms, a massive casino, an array of eateries and shows like Blue Man Group. Plus, its connection to Mandalay Place means you get two resorts’ worth of restaurants, bars, shops and games at your fingertips.
3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at W Hacienda Avenue|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 119|